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Rory B. Hickok

Deputy Director of Athletics

University of Nevada

Direct Phone: (775) ***-****       

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Rory Hickok is the Deputy Director of Athletics at the University of Nevada. Hickok has been at U of N since 2000, during which time the athletic program has generated $75 million in gifts for scholarships, operations, and facilities. Hickok has also done a lot to raise the profile of the Wolfpack program, by scheduling games against national contenders with huge fanbases such as Notre Dame; Nebraska; Arizona; California-Berkeley; UCLA; Oregon; Northwestern; Missouri; and Texas Tech. In 2012, Hickok led the athletic program's efforts in transitioning to the Mountain West Conference. Currently, Hickok is leading the efforts for the University Fieldhouse Project; which aims to erect a $25 million indoor practice facility.

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RENO - Sports have been a big part of Rory Hickok's life ever since his three-sport days at Douglas High School.

Even when he worked as a political consultant for the Dolphin Group in Westwood just steps from the UCLA campus in Southern California, he was sending out resumes to various schools and professional sports organizations in the area looking for work in sports management.
Alas, he got no offers.
Their loss has been the University of Nevada's gain.Hickok has been with the University of Nevada for eight years, and currently serves as the associate athletic director for external operations.
In layman's terms, external operations means Hickok raises funds for the university and also works with marketing.
"I always wanted to get into sports - the sports management aspect of it," Hickok said Sunday while watching the Nevada men's and women's basketball doubleheader.
That means more responsibility, and Hickok eagerly picked up some added duties when the football scheduling was turned over to him along with the women's basketball team.
"As soon as Cary came on, she asked me if I was interested in doing it," Hickok said.
"It's difficult to get them to do a home-and-home," Hickok said.
Hickok said Nevada would continue to look at the Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-10 and Mountain West as viable conferences to do home-and-home agreements with.
Hickok said the plan is to stay away from two-for-ones unless the circumstances dictate taking the game.Hickok said that if a UCLA or USC came calling with a two-for-one offer he would listen.The upside with either school is that Southern California is an area where Nevada has had some good success recruiting.
"Our No. 1 priority is home-and-home agreements," Hickok said."We'll look from time to time at guarantee games."
Nevada currently has two guarantee games on its schedule - 2009 at Notre Dame and 2012 at Florida State.Originally, the Florida State game was supposed to be played before the Notre Dame game, but the contest was moved out to help Nevada fill some home-and-home dates.
While Hickok has gotten off to a fine start in his new venture, he doesn't take all the credit.He calls it a collaborative effort with Groth and head football coach Chris Ault.
"Coach Ault has been great," Hickok said.
In some respects, Hickok is walking a tightrope, though.Nevada fans are fickle, and he has the arduous task of scheduling teams that will put butts in the seats and at the same time win games and go to bowls each year.
Hickok said the fans' thoughts are important and that the philosophy was adopted with fan involvement in mind.
The entire 2009 schedule is signed, sealed and delivered, and Hickok would like nothing more than to finish up some other years, and continue putting his stamp on this program.

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